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Guy’s 2018 Top Wyoming Elk Units

The elk herd in Wyoming has fared very well these past few years. The 2016 surveys have put most of the elk herds in the limited quota areas in the state well above objective levels with drastically rising bull to cow ratios, a...


Filling Quotas: 2017 Wolf Hunt

After a nearly a decade long hiatus Wyoming is finally back on track with seasonal gray wolf hunting kicking off in 2017. After not hunting wolves for so long in the Cowboy State we have a massive overabundance of them roaming ...



More costs HEADED YOUR way in Wyoming!

We have been hearing some chatter in Cheyenne about pending price increases for quite some time now, and after nearly 10 years, we now have them. For the most part, the price increase is right on the head at 20% for nonresident...


Wyoming Wolf Hunt: 2017 Edition

WYOMING- WILL HAVE A WOLF SEASON again this year with an opener of October 1st. This has been a long time coming, and if we are lucky, we will see them stay forever. We have advocated for a very long time for liberal seasons an...



The Sitka Ascent Series

Sitka Gear and innovation go hand in hand. Last season, I was fortunate to be able to test the new Ascent series in the Subalpine pattern that has already proven successful based on the story submissions we have seen already. I...


Guy’s 2017 Top Five Wyoming Mule Deer Hunts

With the wrath of the worst winter in nearly 40 years finally behind us, the Wyoming deer herd has suffered tremendously, particularly on the Western side of the state. The regions of G, H and K have taken the brunt of the wint...



Guy’s 2017 Top Five Wyoming Antelope Hunts

Generally speaking, antelope do tend to fair somewhat better during a rough winter than the mule deer do. Antelope are notoriously hardy critters given their size. I do think the antelope have managed to fair slightly better th...


The Poaching Epidemic: 2017 Edition

Every year, about this time the poaching convictions from the 2016 season start to roll in. In the past we have seen 200 inch mule deer, big bulls and other trophies poached in regions that many of us have been building points ...



Shed Hunting: A Matter Of Life And Death

Snow Banks and Shed Horns… Sometimes doing the right thing is dang hard. I remember a hot August Friday about ten years ago. I decided to take the day off from work and head out for some fly fishing. My wife and I hit the riv...


Hunt Antelope With Guy Eastman!

Last year I had one of the best years of my hunting career for pronghorn. I was lucky enough to have tags for Wyoming, Montana and Colorado to fill. With a little luck I filled all three on quality bucks that now have places in...